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2017 World Series Of Poker

Hands #6-9: Big Pot for Kitai

Hand #6: Zachary Korik received a walk in the big blind.

Hand #7: Davidi Kitai opened for 52,000 from the cutoff and Gordon Vayo defended from the big blind. The {k-Diamonds}{6-Diamonds}{7-Spades} flop saw Vayo check and Kitai continue for 43,000. Vayo released his hand.

Hand #8: Tony Ruberto opened for 55,000 under the gun only to have Davidi Kitai three-bet to 122,000. Action folded back to Ruberto and he opted for a four-bet to 282,000. Kitai called and the flop came out {5-Diamonds}{7-Hearts}{q-Spades}. Ruberto led out for 260,000, Kitai called, and the {6-Diamonds} appeared on the turn.

This time Ruberto checked, Kitai did the same, and the {2-Hearts} completed the board on the river. Both players checked once again and Kitai showed the {4-Hearts}{4-Spades}, which beat Ruberto's {k-}{10-}.

Chip Counts
Davidi Kitai BE 3,350,000 494,000
Tony Ruberto US 950,000 -570,000

Tags: Davidi KitaiTony Ruberto

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